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huskerman1

Red Shirt
5 Year Member
Anthony Mix, QB/PRO, 6'3/205 Mobile, AL
Luther Burden, WR, 6' 180 St Louis
Kevin Coleman, WR, 5'11 170 st louis
Arlen Harris, RB/Ath 5'11 170 st louis
Aaron Hicks, OG 6'2/280 Deerfield Beach, Fl
Terrance Gibbs, RB 6'/190 Olviedo, FL
Tyler Martin, ILB 6'2/227 Cambridge, MA
Gavin Sawchuk, Ath, 5'11/165 Highlands Ranch, co (listed as a RB by Scout)
Dasan McCullough, DB, 6'4/185 Overland Park, KS
Horrace Lockett, SDE, 6'5/245 Atlanta, GA
Rashod Dubinion Ath, 5'10/173 Ellenwood, GA
Khamar Rogers CB, 6'0/150 Lexington, MS
Wilfredo Aybar SDE, 6'4/220 Cheshire, CT
Nasir Pearce DT, 6'2/281 Baltimore, MD
Janiran Bonner WR, 6'1/193 Ellenwood, GA
Jack Pedersen TE (as shown by Rivals) Murrieta, CA
Myles Rowser S, 5'10/175 Belleville, MI
Maarten Woudsma ILB, 6'4/270 Chesapeake, VA
Justice Finkley DE, 6'2/240 Trussville, AL
Jeremiah Alexander, lb, 6'2/218 Alabaster, AL
Keithian Alexander, DT, 6'4/340 Terrell, TX
Kalen Saunders WR, 5'10/155 Westerville, OH
Earnest Greene OT, 6'5/280 Belleflower, CA
Enai White Ath, 6'5/225 Philadelphia, PA
Landen Hullaby ath 6'0/180 Grand Prairie, Tx
Domane Jackson s 6'1/180 Santa Anna, Ca
Jashawn Barhan OLB, 6'3/2015 Hyattsville, Md
Tetairon McMillan WR 6'3/185 Anaheim, Ca
Jordan James RB 5'10/193 Nashville, Tn
Emika Megwa RB 6'0/200 Fort Worth, Tx
Mekhi Fox WR, 6'1/180 Pasadena, CA
Niuafe Tulhalamaka OLB, 6'3/230 Mission Hills, Ca
Khurtiss Perry, RB/DB, 6'1/186 Montgomery, Al
Cedric Washington SDE, 6'3/255 Cedartown, Ga
Anthony Johnson ILB, 6'2/220 Philadelphia, PA
Moses Walker OLB, 6'1/190 Brooklyn, NY
Dominic Fields S, 6'0/185 Jacksonville, FL
Walter Nolen SDE, 6'3/275 Olive Branch, MS
 
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Beareye

Red Shirt
2 Year Member
I would love to see us start having some success in the St. Louis market. Lots of talent per capita there. Ohio St. and Wisconsin seem to get a lot of players out of there.
 

HuskerFed

Recruit
2 Year Member
SF and company are getting ahead of the curve. Love to see this forethought. There are always a number of quality athletes in the St Louis metro area.
 

huskerman1

Red Shirt
5 Year Member
Anthony Mix, QB/PRO, 6'3/205 Mobile, AL
Luther Burden, WR, 6' 180 St Louis
Kevin Coleman, WR, 5'11 170 st louis
Arlen Harris, RB/Ath 5'11 170 st louis
Aaron Hicks, OG 6'2/280 Deerfield Beach, Fl

Not sure why they are going after a pro-style QB unless he is OK with his feet to, but wouldn't that make him a dual QB?
 

Cisco

Recruit
2 Year Member
Not sure why they are going after a pro-style QB unless he is OK with his feet to, but wouldn't that make him a dual QB?
Sometimes those designations mean little. A couple of years ago, Hunter Johnson was listed as a pro style QB. But his measurables were excellent. His SPARQ score was super high. Much better than most of the highly rated dual threat guys. He's the former 5 star who transferred to Northwestern.
 

huskrthill

Crap
5 Year Member
6'3" 205 lbs as a freshman? once he graduates he'll be 8'6" 745 lbs, will have acquired all 6 infinity stones and have the arm strength to make up for his limited ability to run the zone read.
If he acquires all 6 stones, he'll be able to snap Alabama out of existence!

FWIW, I was 6'3" 250lbs as a sophomore, and I certainly played with and against bigger players. It's good size for sure, but not THAT unusual.
 
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